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    Posted on: March 10th 2021

    Evil Super Villain Doomy McGloomy has stolen all the laughter

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    An evil super villain by the name of Doomy McGloomy has stolen Britain’s laughter. It’s no laughing matter and we've never needed that laughter more.  We therefore invite all children to come to school on this day with their best joke or talent show act to try to make their class laugh.  Each class will then vote on the funniest with their ‘Laugh-o-metres’

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    With the help from ParentPay, we have set up a very easy and convenient way for you to donate this year.  Please go to Rockliffe Manor Red Nose Donations where you can even register for Gift Aid if you pay UK Tax.  ALL the money raised via this link goes directly to Comic Relief.

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